Born in Patras, in 1952, Kostas Spyropoulos studied Art at Heron Art Institute of the University of Indianapolis, the U.S. He later spent time at the studio of master artist Yannis Tsarouchis. He also followed courses in several European art centers and museums. He is an Associate Professor in the Medical School of the University of Patras and Assistant Professor in the School of Sciences of Art of the University of Ioannina.
He is a member of the Greek Artists Guild. His work can be found at the National Gallery of Greece, the Vorres Museum of Art, the Art Museum of Syros and in several private art collections throughout the world. His work has been praised by several noteworthy art historians and art critics, including Stelios Lydakis, Athina Schina, Prof. Chrysanthos Christou and others.
He has had several solo shows, including the ones at Galerie Zygos in 2003, 1994, 1991, 1988 and 1986.
"The Heavy Ball of Foroneus" 29" x 21", mixed media on paper, 2002, by Kostas Spyropoulos.